Program 59-Arts Friday on Eastside

Parramatta-based Filipina–Australian artist Marikit Santiago is the recipient of the 2024 La Prairie Art Award. The acquisitive award was founded in 2022 and supports Australian women artists.  We hear from Marikit at AGNSW, seated in front of her two works displayed as part of the Making Worlds exhibition. Kimberley Hodgson’s latest role as Anita in West Side Story, is a physically challenging dream and we hear from her on what it’s like to perform on the grand stage on the Harbour. Twisted Tales is an exhibition that explores the loss of innocence with adulthood through an unsettling reinvention of childhood figures and their stories.  The artist Lihnida Krstanoska-Blazeska opens her first solo exhibition at gaffa Gallery, and provides insight.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from Gadigal country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Arts Friday post: Artist: William Yang | 24th Biennale of Sydney
https://eastsidefm.org/william-yang-biennale-of-sydney/

Arts Friday post: Artist: Marikit Santiago named the 2024 La Prairie Art Award
https://wp.eastsidefm.org/artist-marikit-santiago-named-the-2024-la-prairie-art-award/

Playlist

11:38:05 am

Feed the Fire by Audrey Powne (National Release)

Release: From the Fire

11:48:57 am

INTERVIEW: Kimberly Hodgson by PRODUCTION: West Side Story (Local Release)

Release: Handa Opera – 21 April

11:56:58 am

Boogie Down by Roy Ayers (International Release)

Release: Virgin Ubiquity: Unreleased Recordings

12:07:04 pm

Story Unavailable by Akram Abdulfattah (International Release)

Release: Palestinian-American

12:12:15 pm

Future on You by Shintaro Quintet (International Release)

Release: Free and Modern Jazz Albums From Japan 1954 – 1988

12:39:21 pm

INTERVIEW: Marikit Santiago, Recipient of the 2024 La Prairie Art Award by EXHIBITION: Two-paintings A Seat at the Table (Magulang) and A Seat at the Table (Kapatid) (Local Release)

Release: Making Worlds – 28 July

12:40:59 pm

That’s Not Me – Ft L-Fresh The Lion by Dobby (Local Release)

12:45:06 pm

Traverse by Akagera (International Release)

Release: Traverse

12:45:38 pm

Rising Sun by Romare (International Release)

Release: Here Comes The Night EP

1:01:36 pm

INTERVIEW: Lihnida Krstanoska-Blazeska by EXHIBITION: Twisted Tales (Local Release)

Release: gaffa Gallery – 27 April 2024

1:02:00 pm

Worlds Within by The Golden Shadow (International Release)

Release: Single

1:02:54 pm

The Early Bird Catches by Karate Boogaloo (Local Release)

Release: Hold Your Horses

Program 58 – Arts Friday on Eastside

Urban Enigmas is an exhibition of images from eight photos artists that unlock the subtle mysteries of urban places at gaffa Gallery. We take a walk with the curator and participating artist, Lynn Smith and we hear also from exhibiting artist Shawn Sijnstra. Head On Photo Festival Founder and Director, Moshe Rosenzveig speaks on their petition campaign to Save the Festival. The campaign draws attention to the concerns over the persistent shortfall in funding and the consequent downscaling of the Festival.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from Gadigal Bidiagal and birrabirragal country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

News posted story on Eastside:
Campaign Petition to Save Head On Photo Festival
https://eastsidefm.org/campaign-petition-to-save-head-on-photo-festival/

News posted story on Eastside:
Exhibition: Urban Enigmas | gaffa Gallery
https://eastsidefm.org/exhibition-urban-enigmas-gaffa-gallery/

Playlist

Edge of Time by Alan Braufman (int)
Infinite Love Infinite Tears

Loved by Four Tet (int)
Three

EXHIBITION: Urban Enigmas – 29 March by ARTISTS: Lynn Smith, Shawn Sijinstrat and Ewen Louis, Gallery Manager (loc)
GAFFA Gallery: https://www.gaffa.com.au/

Afronaut by SEED Ensemble (int)
Driftglass

PETITION CAMPAIGN TO SAVE: Head On Photo Festival by INTERVIEW: Moshe Rosenzveig, Founder and Director (loc)
https://headon.org.au/

Intertwined ft PEACH by Amanda Whiting (int)
EP

My Mind by Jimi Tenor (int)
My Mind

Exhibition: Urban Enigmas | gaffa Gallery

A Gallery walk through an exhibition of images from photo artists that unlock the subtle mysteries of urban places.
Arts Friday’s Angela Stretch [13.42 minutes]

Urban Enigmas is a group exhibition of eight artists at the recently renovated gaffa Gallery. The curator and participating artist Lynn Smith, prefers not to be categorised as a street photographer, “We are artists. We use the real world as raw material (like a potter uses clay) to fashion objects called photographs.

Take a walk with Lynn Smith, as he describes the exhibited works in Urban Enigmas at gaffa. Hear also from exhibiting artist Shawn Sijnstra. The exhibition culminates a book, which can be purchased at gaffa.


Exhibition: – 29 March 2024
gaffa Gallery: 281 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2009
Tues-Fri: 10am – 6pm, Sat 11am-5pm, Sun and Public Holidays closed
https://www.gaffa.com.au/event/urban-enigmas-

Artist Talk: 2-4pm
Saturday, 23 March 2024

Program 57-Arts Friday International Women’s Day on Eastside

The United Nations International Women’s Day 2024 theme is invest in women: accelerate progress. We hear from a range of artists on there shared thoughts in acknowledgement of theis special women on-air at Eastside. The Biennale of Sydney’s 50th anniversary year features 87 artists and collectives from 47 countries. The Artistic Directors Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero’s 24th reiteration, Ten Thousand Suns, proposes celebration as both a method and a source of joy inspired by the legacies of collective resistance and coming together to thrive in the face of injustice. Following the media preview, you will hear from six exhibiting women artists exibiting across four venues: Pacific Sisters (AGNSW), Sana Shahmuradova Tanska (Artspace), Citra Sasmita and Mangala Bai Maravi (Chak Chak Museum), and Hayv Kahranman (MCA). Contemporary Australian women poetry medley presentation by Poetry Sydney airs and the full collection can be listened to on the podcast: ORATURE.wav~

THANK YOU TO THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY COMMENTS FROM: 
Claudia Chan Shaw / Rosemary Gattuso / Wendy Sharpe / Susan Hawthorne / Anne Casey / Angie Contini – The Salons / Kimberley Hodgson 

Australian women poets on International Women’s Day by Teena McCarthy – Mary / Sarah Temporal – We gave birth to my daughter / Alicia Sometimes – Hope / Belinda Aucott – Shelter Woman / Willoh – White Lin

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

Silhouette by Molly Lewis (National Release)
Release: On The Lips

INTERVIEW: Pacific Sisters by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney: AGNSW (Local Release)Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/pacific-sisters/

Paloma Negra by Amy Gadiaga (International Release)
Release: All Black Everything

INTERVIEW: Sana Shahmuradova Tanska by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney – Artspace (Local Release)
https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/sana-shahmuradova-tanska/

INTERVIEW: Citra Sasmita by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney (Local Release)
Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/citra-sasmita/

INTERVIEW: Mangala Bai Maravi by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney: Chak Chak Museum (Local Release)
Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/mangala-bai-maravi/

Voice by Flora Carbo (National Release)
Release: Voice

INTERVIEW: Hayv Kahraman by EXHIBITION: Biennale of Sydney: MCA (Local Release)
Release: https://www.biennaleofsydney.art/participants/hayv-kahraman/

Moving Forward by Byrony Jarman-Pinto (International Release)
Release: Below Dawn

Australian women poets on International Women’s Day by Teena McCarthy – Mary / Sarah Temporal – We gave birth to my daughter / Alicia Sometimes – Hope / Belinda Aucott – Shelter Woman / Willoh – White Lin
Release: Full details visit: https://eastsidefm.org/series/orature-wav/

THANK YOU TO THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY COMMENTS! by Claudia Chan Shaw / Rosemary Gattuso / Wendy Sharpe / Susan Hawthorne / Anne Casey / Angie Contini – The Salons / Kimberley Hodgson 

Program 56-Arts Friday on Eastside

Vessels of Love is an annual poetry program presented by Poetry Sydney that seeks to explore ideas and forms of love over Valentine’s Day week.  The first edition was part of the City of Sydney’s series of activations to attract people back to the Central Business District following the pandemic in 2021. This year The Salons: Love in transmission is the fourth project that allows us an entry point into poetry of impermanence and fragility of taut lines and tensile forces. The Salons directors, Angie, Joan and Penny provide insight and we present the participating poets for Love in transmission on the airwaves in two parts: Albert Lin, Ali Whitelock, Gillian Swain, Luke Patterson, Magdalena Ball, Paris Rosemont and Richard James Allen.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Arts Friday on Eastside

Playlist

FEATURE STORY: Love in transmission on the airwaves by CURATORS: The Salons – Angie, Joan and Penny | https://www.thesalons.org/ 

Poetry Sydney presents Vessels of Love 2024 (VOL) partnered with The Salons: Love in transmission | https://love-in-transmission.poetrysydney.org/

Just as you are by Church Chords (International Release)
Release: Otherly Love EP

Love in transmission POETS: by Albert Lin | Ali Whitelock | Gillian Swain | Luke Patterson | Magdalena Ball | Paris Rosemont | Richard James Allen 

To find out more on the poets and to listen/read/view the full collection please visit: love-in-transmission.poetrysydney.org

Poetry performance event: Tuesday, March 19th 2024 by Love in transmission poets + the Poem Phone: pie in the sky poets – Since I Left You

Activation: tides of love by You’re invited! People from across the global poetry community are invited to write your poetry on love into the tide line of your local beach. https://www.thesalons.org/tides-of-love

Program 55-Arts Friday on Eastside

TECTONIC is an imposing black slab installation work that spans 30 square metres at Passage Gallery to awaken the Moon for Lunar New Year, in the heart of China Town.  The artist Kien Situ is a multidisciplinary Asian-Australian who works across architecture, sculpture, film and installation. Passage is a non-commercial gallery dedicated to installation art presenting exhibitions that can be viewed 24/7 and without opening hours. We hear from Ashleigh Jones, who is one of the three curators of Passage. Fooled Enough With Numbers offers a glimpse into how artists integrate the digital in their process, navigating the transformative and material potential afforded by emerging technologies. Curated by Michelle Chanique, the three exhibiting artists Kenneth Lambert, Thomas Marcusson and Justin Harvey provide insight from the Stanley Street Gallery.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

RACK NAMEARTISTALBUMLOCATIONEdit
Fri, 9 Feb, 11:41 amLive recording excerpt: John CageOrgan chord change after 2 years – Slow 639 year compositionMonday, 5 February 2024International
Fri, 9 Feb, 11:41 amRotundetteOvalNow / Never / Whenever Vol.4International
Fri, 9 Feb, 11:43 amBest For You and MeHelado NegroPHASORInternational
Fri, 9 Feb, 11:58 amINTERVIEW: Ashleigh Jones, Curator, Passage GalleryEXHIBITION: TECTONIC – Kien Situ | -1 March 2024PASSAGE GALLERY: 102/8 Quay Street, Haymarket | https://www.passagegallery.com/Local
Fri, 9 Feb, 11:59 amDawn – Culross CloseK15Pusle / DawnInternational
Fri, 9 Feb, 12:04 pmMothThe SorcerersI Too Am A StrangerInternational
Fri, 9 Feb, 12:16 pmEXHIBITION: Fooled Enough With NumbersCURATOR: Michelle Chanique | ARTISTS: Kenneth Lambert, Thomas Marcusson and Justin HarveyStanley Street Gallery – https://stanleystreetgallery.com.au/Local
Fri, 9 Feb, 12:21 pmKenneth Lambert: https://www.kclart.com/Thomas Marcusson: https://www.thomasmarcusson.com/Justin Harvey: https://justinharvey.art/
Fri, 9 Feb, 12:25 pmEastside Art Walk with Curator Michelle ChaniqueCurated Contemporary – 1-5pm Saturday 10 Februaryhttps://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/curated-contemporary-art-walk-wine-east-sydney-potts-point-tickets-795865453997Local
Fri, 9 Feb, 12:25 pmHiatus KaiyoteEverything’s BeautifulEverything’s BeautifulNational
Fri, 9 Feb, 12:36 pmTo The MoonGhost Funk OrchestraA Trip To The MoonInternational
Fri, 9 Feb, 1:00 pmWHAT: Poetry program over Valentine’s Day Week | 12-18 FebruaryPoetry Sydney and The Salons: Love in transmission | Vessels of Love 2024To find out more: https://poetrysydney.org/vessels-of-love/Local
Fri, 9 Feb, 1:01 pmScrubbingChampagne DubRainbowInternational

Program 54-24 Arts Friday on Eastside Radio

Jazz Money launched her film WINHANGANHAat AGNSW in November last year. It’s a film born from a desire to make sense of the archival inheritances that shape our present realities. WINHANGANHA in Wiradjuri language translates as ‘Remember, know, think’.  The film is a lyrical journey of archival footage and sound, poetry and original composition commissioned by the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA).   It is an examination of how archives and the legacies of collection affect First Nations people and wider Australia, as told by Jazz Money as she explains. The Sydney Poetry Picnic is a celebration of poetry. Now in its eighth year, is an acknowledgement of the efforts undertaken throughout the year by the conveners of poetry in forging poetry communities and developing support of the art form in Sydney and New South Wales. We hear from a few of the representatives on their events, Albert Lin, Defne, Peter Roads and Gillian Swain. Opera Australia opens this summer with Mozart’s  The Magic Flute. Tenor, Michael Smallwood is in Sydney for his Australian debut with Opera Australia the first time he has sung in the Sydney Opera House.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

NEW WORLD
nat birchall NEW WORLDInternational

Poeira
Sam Gendel and Fabiano do Nascimento The RoomInternational

INTERVVIEW: Jazz MoneyFILM: WINHANGANHAhttps://www.nfsa.gov.au/latest/winhanganha-new-work-award-winning-poet-and-artist-jazz-money
How you make a basket, UQP 2021https://www.jazz.money/

Sweet Magnet
Church Chordselvis, he was Schlager (LP)

Forever & EverThree Heart Tones
Forever & EverInternational

Lil Birdie
DJ HARRISON EP

INTERVIEW: Michael Smallwood, Tenor
PRODUCTION: The Magic Flute 1 February – 16 March
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Best For You and Me
Helado Negro PHASOR

Escape
E. Lundquist Art Between Minds

What Did You Run For?
Feat. Omar Cotonete, DaniloEPInternational

EVENT: Sydney Poetry Picnic
3-6pm Saturday 27 January 2024 Harmony Park, Surry Hills | FREE
POETS / POETRY CONNVENORS
Dfne – West Side Poetry Slam
Albert Lin – Asphalt Words and Ocean Dreams
Peter Roads – Loose Leaf Literature, Chippo Hotel, Chippendale
Gilian Swain –

NEW WORLD
nat birchall NEW WORLDInternational

Poeira
Sam Gendel and Fabiano do Nascimento The RoomInternational

INTERVIEW: Jazz MoneyFILM: WINHANGANHAhttps://www.nfsa.gov.au/latest/winhanganha-new-work-award-winning-poet-and-artist-jazz-money

How you make a basket, UQP 2021https://www.jazz.money/

Sweet Magnet
Church Chordselvis, he was Schlager (LP)

Forever & EverThree Heart Tones
Forever & EverInternational

Lil Birdie
DJ HARRISON EP

INTERVIEW: Michael Smallwood, Tenor
PRODUCTION: The Magic Flute 1 February – 16 March
Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House

Best For You and Me
Helado Negro PHASOR

Escape
E. Lundquist Art Between Minds

What Did You Run For?
Feat. Omar Cotonete, DaniloEPInternational

EVENT: Sydney Poetry Picnic
3-6pm Saturday 27 January 2024 Harmony Park, Surry Hills | FREE
POETS / POETRY CONNVENORS
Dfne – West Side Poetry Slam
Albert Lin – Asphalt Words and Ocean Dreams
Peter Roads – Loose Leaf Literature, Chippo Hotel, Chippendale
Gilian Swain – CULTURE CLUB: Poets Society, The Family Hotel Maitland + Poetry at the Pub, Newcastle

Program 53-24 Arts Friday on Eastside Radio

Lost in Palm Springs evolved as an exhibition in response to three artist research residencies undertaken by Dr Greer Honeywill in Palm Springs. The exhibition on at the Manly Art Gallery explores the resurgence of mid-century modern architecture and design not only in Palm Springs and Joshua Tree in the US but also in Australian locations such as Mt Eliza, Canberra, Mermaid Beach and Sydney.  Greer Honeywill provides us insight. In Our Time: Four decades of art from China and beyond has been assembled from Australian economist and diplomat Dr Geoff Raby’s art collection of artworks by more than 75 artsist working both in China and Australia over a 35 year period beginning in the mid-1980s. Bala Starr, Director of La Trobe Art Institute who are in partnership with The National Art School shares her thoughts on openeing night. Daniel Ionita, President Australian Romanian Academy, academic, poet and the curatorial advisor for The Universal within the Local, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Poet, a cultural performance event that celebrates the Romanian National poet, Mihai Eminescu. He talks us through this cross-cultural annual event.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

Learn to Swim Pt 1 by Joshua Idehen (International Release)
Release: Stretch for the Stars

INTERVIEW: Bala Starr, Director of La Trobe Art Institute by EXHIBITION: In Our time – For Decades of Art from China and beyond – the Geoff Raby Collection (Local Release)
Release: National Art School – 30 March

Staying With You by Cousin Kula (International Release)
Release: Vitamin D

Flung by Intrinsic (International Release)
Release: EP

INTERVIEW: Dr Greer Honeywill by EXHIBITION: Lost in Palm Springs (Local Release)
Release: Manly Art Gallery & Museum – 25 February 2024 – https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/lost-palm-springs
Tracey Chattaway by Love is Here (National Release)
Release: Night Sky

The Garden by Unknown Mortal Orchestra (International Release)
Release: V

Furgonauta (EvaGeist Remix) by Rosa Brunello (International Release)
Release: Single

INTERVIEW: Daniel Ionita, President, Australian Romanian Academy by EVENT: The Universal within the Local – The Loneliness of the Long Distance Poet (Local Release)
Release: 1pm Saturday 20th January 2024 – Juanita Nielsen Community Centre

Program 52-24 Arts Friday on Eastside

Summer sessions continue with good vibrations from the Sydney Festival’s program. Benjamin Skepper is a musician, composer, multidisciplinary artist and co-curator if the Temperament series, a week-long celebration and deconstruction of Bach. He presents a a site-specific live remix of his own composition, Praeludium y Fuga. Sue Healey’s work draws its inspiration from dance as a transformative and poetic language of movement. On View – ICONS is a cinematic tribute to six icons of Australian dance. It’s an immersive multi-screen video installation that combines dance and film. We hear an intimate account of the project.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

Foi Boto by Fabiano do Nascimento (int)
Release: The Room

Stomping Gamay by Jahari Massamba Unit (int)
Release: YHWH is LOVE

INTERVIEW: Benjamin Skepper – musician, composer, multi-disciplinary artist and curator by Sydney Festival: Praeludium y Fuga | 27-28 January 2024 (loc)
Release: Sydney Festival: The Temperament – a week-long celebration and destruction of Bach

Benjamin Skepper by Music excerpts from the album: Contrapuntal xxx (nat)
Release: Official artist website: https://benjaminskepper.com/

A Low Frequency Nightmare by Mike Reed (int)
Release: The Separatist Party

Let Your Hair Down Ft Hutch The Great by Max Sinal (int)
Release: SQR002

INTERVIEW: Sue Healey by EXHIBITION: On View – ICONS | Sydney Festival (loc)
Release: 16 -19 January 2024 – Sydney Dance Company, Neilson Studio, Walsh Bay Precinct

Sue Healey Official website by https://www.suehealey.com/ (loc)

Samba Dee (instrumental) by Southern University Jazz Ensemble (int)
Release: Goes To Africa With Love

Candles by V/Z (int)
Release: Suono Assente

Program 51-23 Arts Friday on Eastside

The Sydney Festival opens in the first week of January and the music program was recently finalised. Rosa Cloye-Hayward, Sydney Festival Music Producer guides us through the program and we take sample tracks from the artists being featured. Opera Australia presents Verdi’s classic La Traviata to open its 2024 season at the Joan Sutherland Theatre and we spotlight Luke Gabbedy, who is cast in the role of Giorgio Germont. We provide a nod to the last days of 2023, with Justin Paton, curator of international art at AGNSW, and Louise Bourgeois: Has the Day Invaded the Night or Has the Night Invaded the Day?

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch, from GADIGAL country, we acknowledge First Nations peoples as the sovereign custodians of Country, and pay respect to Elders of past, present and to future generations. We acknowledge and value the distinct culture, customs and practices present in the many and diverse tribal nations across NSW. 

Playlist

The Horse has a Voice by Matthew Herbet (int)
Release: The Horse
Float (ft. Kadhja Bonet) by Harrison (int)
Release: Brids, Bees, The Clouds & The Trees
Young Man by Conic Rose (int)
Release: Babyghists EP1
INTERVIEW: Rosa Cloye Hayward, Music Producer, Sydney Festival by Sydney Festival Music program (loc)
Release: 5 – 28 January 2024
On Your Shoulders by LILJA (int)
Release: Mirage
Sangue Negro by Amaro Freitas (int)
Release: Brazil
Josh Meader Trio by Live performance (loc)
Release: Sydney Festival
Jee Jee by Happy Holidays (int)
Release: Peter Cat Recording Co.
INTERVIEW: Justin Paton, Curator of international art AGNSW by EXHIBITION: Has the Day Invaded the Night or Had the Night Invaded the Day? (loc)
Release: – April 2024
La Jungla by Harold Lopez-Nussa (int)
Release: Havana Culture
Always by Jonah Yano (int)
Release: Portrait of a dog
INTERVIEW: Luke Gabbedy by Opera Australia: La Traviata (loc)
Release: January 2 – March 14 2024
Booty Ft Yokelust by Sophie Forrest (loc)
Release: Don’t Touch My Booty EP
Kangaroo Ground by Tornado Wallace (int)
Release: Berlin